Why do (some of us) work so hard? Apparently, because we like it, for better or for worse.
Neoliberalism has hijacked our vocabulary, and that’s a really bad thing.
One more on safe spaces and the stifling of uncomfortable ideas, on and off campus.
Conspiracy theories come at a moral cost.
Good self-control is characterized by the ability to avoid temptations in the first place. Odysseus docet.
The science of, gulp!, President Trump. Hopefully, just a thought experiment…
Related to Trump: if Western democracy is going down the drain, are scientists complicit?
We should make museums moral again. (But where they ever “moral” to begin with?)
Follow-up on what increasingly looks like a nasty and non productive exchange between some psychologists and one philosopher. (Ask me about my failed attempt to steer the discussion back to productivity…)
Going to die soon? There’s an app for that!
The social awkwardness of body hacking.
And the rest is advertising: on the sorry latest developments in the business of journalism.
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